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    Pet Rabbits – Litter Training Your Rabbit

    Since rabbit urine can have an overpowering smell, litter training is something most pet owners will want to do. Even feces, as unpleasant as they can be, aren’t as big a problem. They often can be cleaned up with no stain if the rabbit has an accident around the house while roaming free. But rabbit […]

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    Pet Rabbits – Choosing a Rabbit

    Novices seeking a rabbit for a pet are often surprised to learn how many different types there are. The American Rabbit Breeders Association recognizes about 50 different breeds, though they have strict criteria. There are many more. They range from the American to the Vienna. There are breeds that weigh a couple of pounds, like […]

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    Pet Rabbits – Nail Care Tips

    Trimming your rabbit’s nails can be a trial. Rabbits are akin to small dogs in that they tend to be fairly high strung. As prey for so many larger species, they evolved to be on a constant look out for danger. Even though they’re safe and well protected in your home, those instincts are still […]

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    Pet Rabbits – Pet Rabbits and Children

    Parents will often get a rabbit specifically as a pet for their child. Your child looks at you with those big eyes and says ‘please’ and the rabbit comes home. But rabbits are unlike cats or dogs and don’t react the same way to child behavior. Rabbits have abilities that evolved in the species over […]

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    Pet Rabbits – Gastrointestinal Stasis

    Gastrointestinal stasis is a medical condition in which a rabbit’s digestive system stops moving material. ‘Stasis’ is the Latin root of the English word ‘static’. The effects are painful and, left untreated, often fatal. It can have a number of causes, including a dental problem, infection, gas and others. Inadequate fiber content in the rabbit’s […]

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    Pet Rabbits – Rabbit Cage Guidelines

    Domestic rabbits spend most of their lives in a cage. That sometimes strike people as sad, but the rabbits don’t seem to mind too much. Unlike dogs or other pets, they don’t rebel at the cage, so much as see it as a safe haven. Rabbits like warrens. But there is one difference between a […]

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    Pet Rabbits – Grooming Tips

    Grooming your pet rabbit isn’t primarily to keep it looking good. Good grooming promotes good health. Rabbits groom themselves frequently and can accumulate hairballs that may cause intestinal problems. It also helps keep down the hair around the house, which surely helps your health by reducing your stress. Rabbits almost never need a bath. In […]